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Our Blog at Bristol County Veterinary Hospital

The staff at Bristol County Veterinary Hospital has created articles for you in order to improve the quality of life for your pet.

Bristol County Veterinary Hospital

Our Veterinary Blog

We love educating our clients, that’s why we have curated and shared posts filled with helpful information regarding pet care.

Symptoms of Spring Allergies in Pets

Symptoms of Spring Allergies in Pets

Symptoms of Spring Allergies in Pets As the vibrant hues of spring unfold, so do the allergens that can impact both humans and our furry companions. Pets, like us, can suffer from seasonal allergies, with spring often being a primary trigger. Recognizing the signs of...

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Achievable Pet Goals for a Joyful New Year

Achievable Pet Goals for a Joyful New Year

Achievable Pet Goals for a Joyful New Year As we welcome the New Year, it's an ideal moment to consider resolutions, not only for ourselves but also for our cherished pets! Let's strive to make 2024 their healthiest and most joyful year. Here are some practical and...

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At What Age Do Your Pets Reach Senior Status?

At What Age Do Your Pets Reach Senior Status?

At What Age Do Your Pets Reach Senior Status? As people who take care of pets, it's really important to learn about how our animal friends grow older. Knowing when they become seniors can help us take care of them better as they get older. But here's the thing, the...

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Enjoyable Outdoor Adventures with Your Pet

Enjoyable Outdoor Adventures with Your Pet

Enjoyable Outdoor Adventures with Your Pet Summer is a great time to enjoy the sun, be outside, and make happy memories with your furry friend. Whether you have a playful dog or a curious cat, there are lots of fun things to do together when it's warm outside. You can...

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Deciphering and Easing Your Pet’s Itchy Skin

Deciphering and Easing Your Pet’s Itchy Skin

Deciphering and Easing Your Pet's Itchy Skin We really love our furry pets and want them to be well and happy. But it can be sad to see our dear pets scratching, biting, or licking themselves all the time. Cats and dogs often have itchy skin, which is a common problem...

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